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Vendee

A buyer, especially but not necessarily of real estate.

vendee

Buyer. Contrast with donee, who receives property by gift, and devisee, who receives property under a will.

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Malik Tassawar Hussain on behalf of vendees, Mohammad Saleem, Aamir Iqbal, Witnesses
The Vendee Globe is the world's only non-stop solo round the world race without assistance, taking place only every four years.
For the Vendee, where the local authorities are very conscious of the need to conserve and protect the natural environment, offers a rich and varied landscape, much of which forms the core of the region's ecological heritage.
She is also the youngest skipper in this Vendee Globe.
She was looking forward to going back home to Derbyshire with her parents, Ken and Avril, in the next few days, but said she wanted to stay in France to perhaps see some more of the Vendee competitors finish the race.
Goldstein says New York State allows contract vendees to act as the owners, and in fact, they were acting with permission and as the agent of the owner.
And if you can possibly manage it, try and catch the Cinescenie, a gigantic pageant which encompasses the best and worst of times in the Vendee down the centuries.
Vendee Plastique is an established developer and manufacturer of components to the automotive business, Polimoon said.
Most tourists understandably restrict their visit to the beaches for which the Vendee is justly reputed.
IF YOU want miles of sandy beach, untouched coastline, plus plenty of sunshine on a family break, but don't want to spend a fortune on holiday, look no further than the Vendee.